I was ultra hyper and popular in my private school in elemetary. Then I moved to public school and that was a whole new ballgame, because apparantly the private school I went to was really low end with people who were half retarded, and my complete utter lack of social skills REALLY hurt. What hurt the most was my idea that "I didn't have to fit in" since in a public school there were going to be hundreds of kids and I was BOUND to find someone like me. Didn't happen, damn that stupid cultural "be yourself" motto, screwed me over in life, quite literally.
Well from mid school onwards I was continually harassed, though I grew out of being a creep in 11th grade, I was still a social outcast. So basically I was a social outcast my whole life, except freshman year, when I was hanging around with a frat and doing more stuff than what other kids at my college did. Then I commuted and now I'm back on campus with no friends. Whooooo!
I'm at peace with it though, I have had bad luck, I am not privileged. Other people may see me as privileged but I am not, just like people who grew up in poverty, I grew up with a socially retarded childhood. I can get over it though, just how people can get out of poverty.